Bryan Delsite is in his fifth year as the assistant track and field coach for jumps at Bucknell University. At Bucknell, he coaches the jumpers and pole vaulters, and he has coached numerous Patriot League champions and Bucknell record holders. Prior to coming to Bucknell, Delsite had been the head track and field coach at Duquesne University for the previous15 years. While at Duquesne he was named Atlantic 10 Conference coach of the year 4 times. He coached 83 all- conference performers, four A-10 Championships performers of the meet, the schools only All-American and every Duquesne men’s and women’s track and field record was set under his watch. Delsite has also mentored numerous athletes who have gone onto have careers in professional football, soccer, baseball and track and field. Delsite graduated from Syracuse University in 1993 and he was a standout jumper on the Orange track and field team. He won three Big East championships in the triple jump and two more in the long jump, and he qualified for the NCAA Championships in 1992. In 1990 Delsite represented the USA at the Junior World Championships in Bulgaria and Bryan was also a finalist at the 1994 USATF Outdoor Track and Field Championships A graduate of Southern Columbia High School, he won four PIAA state titles, three in the triple jump and one in the high jump, and he broke the PIAA Class AA state record in the triple jump.
Speed training is for male and female athletes of all ages and ability levels. Speed training is
beneficial and essential to all sports.
Speed training is the perfect supplemental training for any sport. You can get a great jump start on
your season by getting the tools needed to help you become faster.
Speed Training will help you tie together the right mixture of three critical components of
Speed-- -- -- Functional Strength-- -- -- -Technique